Worcestershire CCC duo Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Jack Shantry make their T20 bow for their respective clubs in Australia this weekend.
Kohler-Cadmore is included in the Penrith Panthers squad for the New South Wales Kinsgrove Sports T20 Cup match away to Sydney University on Sunday.
Also part of the Penrith squad is Australian paceman Pat Cummins while current England head coach Trevor Bayliss also performed for the Panthers.
Shantry is involved in a T20 double header for Sutherland in the same competition, with back to back home matches on Sunday against Manly-Warringah and Gordon CC.
But before then he will hope to help Sutherland to victory on day two of the NSW Premier Cricket first grade match against Eastern Suburbs who will resume on 6-1 in reply to 343 all out.
A distinguished list of Australian Test players have performed for Sutherland including former Worcestershire trio Glenn McGrath, Phil Jaques and Steve Smith plus Andrew Hilditch, Steve Rixon, John Dyson, Len Pascoe, Stuart MacGill and Shane Watson.
Penrith will hope for better luck with the weather on day two of their NSW Premier Cricket first grade match away to Manly Warringah tomorrow (Saturday) after a first day wash-out.
Kohler-Cadmore was unavailable last weekend because of a slight injury problem but is able to play on day two as the teams had not been declared in a one innings match with 120 overs available.
George Rhodes's side, Tea Tree Gully, will also be in day two action in the South Australia Cricket Association first grade away to Adelaide who will resume on 289-7.
After a run of four successive one-day matches, Ed Barnard and Alex Hepburn revert to two-day mode this weekend with Scarborough and Willetton Dragons respectively in the Western Australia Cricket Association first grade.
Scarborough begin a match with home side South Perth while Willetton entertain Subiaco Floreat with both contests to be concluded on November 5.
Charlie Morris will make his debut for Tuggeranong Valley in a 50 over ACT Premier Cricket first grade encounter away to Western District UC.
*Tune into the Worcestershire CCC website during the weekend for news of the County players in action Down Under.